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Northwestern Unveils Potential Replacements for Prentice

Northwestern Unveils Potential Replacements for Prentice
Northwestern Unveils Potential Replacements for Prentice, Goettsch Partners and Ballinger Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University
Goettsch Partners and Ballinger Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University

Northwestern University has unveiled three final proposals that are in the running to replace Bertrand Goldberg’s Prentice Woman’s Hospital, which is currently being demolished in Chicago after a long, high-profile preservation battle. The shortlisted architects - Goettsch Partners and Ballinger, Perkins + Will, and Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture and Payette - have each proposed a two-phased plan for the 600,000 square-foot Biomedical Research Building, which is intended to become a “world-class research and development enterprise” that serves as an “anchor” for the Feinberg School of Medicine’s research facilities.

View the shortlisted proposals after the break...

Goettsch Partners and Ballinger

Northwestern Unveils Potential Replacements for Prentice, Goettsch Partners and Ballinger Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University
Goettsch Partners and Ballinger Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University

Goettsch Partners and Ballinger Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University Goettsch Partners and Ballinger Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University Goettsch Partners and Ballinger Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University Goettsch Partners and Ballinger Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University + 19

Perkins + Will

Perkins + Will Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University
Perkins + Will Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University

Perkins + Will Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University Perkins + Will Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University Perkins + Will Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University Perkins + Will Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University + 19

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture and Payette

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture and Payette Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University
Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture and Payette Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture and Payette Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture and Payette Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture and Payette Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture and Payette Proposal. Image Courtesy of Northwestern University + 19

A winner is expected to be announced by the end of this year. Construction is slated to begin in 2015.

To submit your feedback, please send your comments to design-competition@northwestern.edu.


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Cite: Karissa Rosenfield. "Northwestern Unveils Potential Replacements for Prentice" 11 Nov 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/447473/northwestern-unveils-potential-replacements-for-prentice/> ISSN 0719-8884
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